Queensland medical experts are spearheading a new trauma care model they say will improve patient care from the roadside to recovery.
A new palliative care service at Redland Hospital opened today.
Almost 20 local mums have already received postnatal care at Beaudesert Hospital since the service was re-introduced last November.
Residents in Metro South can now access extra palliative care, with the introduction of six new public funded beds at Canossa Private Hospital, Oxley.
On Friday 15th March, Redland Hospital’s Women and Birthing Unit celebrated its 14th birthday – and the births of more than 25,000 * babies.
Queenslanders with diabetes and high blood pressure are encouraged to visit their doctor for a kidney health check in the lead up to World Kidney Day this Thursday 14 March.
Forty medical and emergency services professionals took part in various aspects of a mock disaster management exercise and skills day at Marie Rose Centre, Dunwich, on Friday 1 March.
Redland Hospital may well become ‘the place’ to meet for coffee, thanks to the opening of the hospital’s coffee cart.
Scientists at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research and Princess Alexandra Hospital have discovered that a simple blood test can determine how well chemotherapy is working in Hodgk
Medical specialists are harnessing technology to reach patients in regional areas with a new Telehealth Centre at Princess Alexandra Hospital.
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